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Marshall Hjalpen (1950)

The Marshall Plan, also known as the European Recovery Program, was a U.S. initiative to provide aid to Western Europe after the devastation of World War II. In order to promote the plan, a poster contest was held throughout Europe which represented the theme of cooperation and economic recovery. Over 10,000 pieces were submitted to the Marshall Plan contest, and a panel of twelve graphic artists from around the world served as judges. 25 posters were selected for publication. This original poster titled "Marshall Hjalpen" was designed by artist Justa Abert. A rare and fantastic piece of history!

Size: 21 x 29"

Condition: Very Good. Age appropriate wear, minor border wear.

Full artwork and mounting

Note: those are magnets, not pins :-)